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St Stithians College St Stithians College
Dr Sally James
Girls’ College Head

Head's message

St Stithians Girls’ College provides an inclusive community where our young women are encouraged to explore, experiment and investigate. In line with the College’s Methodist ethos, this involves active participation in the variety of academic and extracurricular activities on offer.

I am a strong believer in acknowledging the role education plays in cultivating humanity. In our
school we are shaping and moulding responsible citizens of the world. These are individuals who can
operate as world citizens with sensitivity and understanding. We have adopted a broadminded
approach to education at the Girls’ College and actively encourage our students to be critical of their
habits and conventions and aware that life contains a multitude of possibilities. Our approach is to
create independent, resilient and accountable women who are able to see difference and foreign
not as a threat to be resisted, but as an invitation to explore and understand, expanding their
capacity for citizenship and cultivating a humanity that inspires excellence and is ambitious in
making a world of difference.

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latest news


Rhino Run 2024

April 02, 2024 | Girls’ College
On the 17th of February 2024, the GC hosted the second annual Rhino Run. An initiative very close to ,Grade 11 student, Stacey Witby's heart. We are incredibly thankful to One and All for the support shown!
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The Samantha Kirk Making A Difference Fund First Aid Training Programme Launch

March 25, 2024 | Campus, Thandulwazi
We recently formally launched the 'Samantha Kirk Making a Difference Fund First Aid Training Programme' to honour Sam's memory and to empower our Thandulwazi learners and teachers with these life saving skills.
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GC Academic Awards 2023

March 15, 2024 | Girls’ College
The Girls' College recognised top academic achievers of 2023 (including top 3 Matriculants Hester Oelofse, Jozi Nupen & Anri van der Walt ) in an in-person ceremony in January 2024. Triple Honours were also awarded to Kerisha Dorasamy earning her the anticipated white blazer.
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